Turangga Farm bred horses posted a stakes double on Saturday with Glenall winning the $125,000 Listed Gold Rush at Hawkesbury before the Gai Waterhouse and Adrian Bott trained two year-old Let Me Sleep On It scored a resounding win in the Listed MRC Thoroughbred Club Redoute's Choice Stakes at Caulfield.

Manhattan Rain filly Let Me Sleep On It had race fitness and experience on her side coming into this 1200 metre contest and produced a career best performance to win.


Stuart Ramsey's blue-blooded Redoute's Choice stallion Glenall has always promised to win a stakes race and got the job done at Hawkesbury on Saturday when taking out the $125,000 Gold Rush.

Trained by Team Hawkes since last year, Glenall has mixed his form of late, but as a three year-old 
was good enough to finish second in the Listed ATC Fireball Stakes and fourth to Russian Revolution and Redzel in the Group I ATC The Galaxy.


Stuart Ramsey’s Turangga Farm Dispersal at Scone last year proved a huge success drawing buyers from all over the country, but not all the weanlings on the farm were offered, leaving five stunning youngsters to be presented next week at the Inglis Australian Easter Yearling Sale.

All five are by well proven sires from proven producers making this a draft that requires no guesswork or speculation.

You know what you are getting and you know it will be good!


Turangga Farm bred and sold horses featured at Warwick Farm on Wednesday with a winning double courtesy of Akasaki and Ever So Natural

Four year-old Nicconi gelding Akasaki was cherry ripe at his third run back from a spell and scored a commanding four length win in the Benchmark 75 event over 1000 metres for Scone trainer Stephen Jones.

It was his sixth win from 19 starts, Akasaki now boasting over $160,000 in prizemoney.


Talented three year-old Denman filly Kanga's Eye finished a close and unlucky second to Godolphin runner Jorda in the 2016 Listed ATC Gimcrack Stakes, but amazingly it has taken until today for her to win a race.